On “The Dream Guy,” Kardashian West played a woman named Rochelle looking for love among a group of impressive suitors. Stand-up Chris Rock, wrestler/actor John Cena and more appeared as themselves for the skit that took place during a rose ceremony of sorts. Only instead of roses, Kardashian West handed out tokens.
Her character picked “Chace C” (actor Chace Crawford) and thanked him for “telling me all about your gigantic hit show ‘Gossip Girl’.” To Tyler Cameron, a contestant during Hannah Brown’s season of “The Bachelorette” in 2019, she expressed appreciation to him “for showing me your perfectly hot body. That was really vulnerable of you.”
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Rochelle also wanted to continue her relationship with Brooklyn Nets player Blake Griffin, because he’s “a six-time NBA all-star and that intrigues me.” Rochelle also likes comics like “Chris R.” (Rock). “Thank you for making me watch your nine HBO specials and the new one on Netflix while you sat next to me and you mouthed all of the words,” Rochelle said. Rock responded: “We can watch Chappelle next time.”
Perhaps one of Amy Schumer’s specials would be more appropriate? Kardashian West’s character also wanted to pursue feelings for producer “Amy S.” “Even though I’ve never dated a woman before, I just feel like there’s something –” Kardashian West’s Rochelle got out before Schumer cut her off and agreed to explore their feelings.
After giving actor Jesse Williams a token for being “literally the most attractive human I’ve ever seen,” Rochelle was torn between Cena and a man named Zeke portrayed by “SNL” cast member Kyle Mooney. Though she was attracted to Zeke’s “silly vibe and your sunny demeanor,” she was turned off by his lack of interest in her and gave Cena her last token.
But there was one caveat: “I’m really gonna need you to figure out your wife situation,” she told him. (Cena married Shay Shariatzadeh last year.)
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